Frank Gilroy Physiotherapy Glasgow
Over the next few months at my Cardonald clinic, I will be seeing people with urgent issues and post-surgical patients who I previously saw at the Hampden Sports Clinic. I will be strictly following the government Physiotherapy PPE guidelines. For other patients I will be using video/online calls.
This website has Physiotherapy exercise programmes for my patients’ use that have been written with orthopaedic specialists in Glasgow. These exercise resources include:
- Neck Postural Strengthening Exercises
- Back Pain Rehabilitation
- Knee Replacement Exercises
- Self Treatment of Knee Injury
- Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Reconstruction
- Calf Rehabilitation Programme
Upon graduating in Physiotherapy in Glasgow, Scotland in 1985 I spent 27 years working as a Physiotherapist within the NHS gaining experience in all areas of Physiotherapy including A ± E, paediatrics and orthopaedics. I gained my Masters in Biomechanics from Strathclyde University, Glasgow in 2009.
I have previously worked with Celtic FC and currently do clinical work with the Jockey club, the Scottish football association and the Scottish rugby union. In addition to my clinical work, I am a visiting Physiotherapy lecturer at Glasgow Caledonian University and the Physiotherapy advisor to the Glasgow Sports Surgery Service (GSSS).
Numerous Physiotherapy post-op exercise protocols are available on this website that I have written for use after surgery, for example the Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Reconstruction Programme. I encourage patients to take responsibility for their own health and completion of their physiotherapy exercises.
I work very closely with many of the orthopaedic specialists in Glasgow and Edinburgh and see many patients who have had surgery at Ross Hall and Nuffield hospitals, Glasgow. I am registered with all insurance companies.
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Frank will also happily recommend another Physiotherapist from his team if it is more suitable for patients from a clinical or location perspective to see someone else.